Pulling for a Cure

Published in the Midwinter/Spring 2020 issue of Vail-Beaver Creek Magazine Chances are that if you found yourself snowshoeing or backcountry skiing this past holiday season somewhere around Camp Hale—a snowy plateau at the foot of Tennessee Pass that served as a proving ground for World War II’s 10th Mountain Division soldiers—you probably passed Alison Reynolds on the skin […]

Read More…
freelance writer vail

These Legislative Initiatives Could Help Colorado’s Young Farmers

Published on 5280.com In July, Longmont resident and farm manager Meri Lillia Mullins testified before the House Subcommittee on Rural Development, Agriculture, Trade, and Entrepreneurship in Washington, D.C. about the financial dilemmas she faces today as a young farmer: “I have a Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Environmental Engineering from the University of Toledo … Following college, I […]

Read More…

Who Are Colorado’s Next Generation of Farmers?

Published on 5280.com Ben Gillespie isn’t like most 28-year-olds who call Colorado home. He lives on a farm owned and leased by his family west of the Continental Divide, where he spends his days tending to more than 200 acres. At the Living Farm, four generations of his family have raised sheep, cows, poultry, and pigs. […]

Read More…